It’s a crazy video. Terrifying, even.
A group of hikers spotted a grizzly on a trail near Hidden Lake at Glacier National Park on Sunday. Then this group of hikers saw another group of hikers on the same trail as the grizzly.
They did what any good neighbor would do. Start filming it.
Then, they let them know of the pending doom.
“We, from above, start yelling that there is a bear barreling down the same trail,” Dulé Krivdich told NBC Montana.
Krivdich said the three hikers yelled up at them asking what they should do.
“Make some noise,” Krivdich and his wife yelled. “Make some noise!”
At that time the grizzly starts sprinting (or whatever it’s called when a grizzly bear moves fast).
“Oh shit,” Krivdich said in the video (of course he kept the camera rolling). His wife, meanwhile yelled: “Get off the trail!”
“But just then, the griz made a bluff charge and we saw people booking it like we’ve never ever seen before in our lives,” Krivdich told the TV station.
Then you hear a lot of screaming from both groups of hikers and, in the background, some laughing.
“They shouldn’t run,” Krivdich’s wife said. Then she yelled: “Don’t run, don’t run!” as the hikers are moving at a pretty impressive clip.
“Don’t run dudes,” Krivdich yelled. But then he started laughing when he saw how quickly they were running.
“Look at ‘em. Ha ha ha ha ha,” he laughed.
To be fair, the bear didn’t show any interest in pursuing those hikers and it was a really nervous situation so it’s not as though he was cheering on the grizzly like he was watching a gladiator fight in Ancient Rome.
“Thank goodness that it all went well afterwards,” he said. “Other than that it was a beautiful day for a hike down to Hidden Lake.”